Cincinnati City Council

A Columbus woman had started a petition drive to bring back the 37 Ohio Highway Patrol troopers sent by Governor John Kasich to North Dakota to provide security.

Cincinnati Suspends University Police Off-Campus Powers

Aug 6, 2015

Cincinnati City Council has unanimously voted to formally suspend University of Cincinnati Police's off-campus powers.  

Cincinnati has become the seventh city in the state to take a stand supporting marriage equality.  

Dozens of Cincinnati city workers who faced layoffs this year won't lose their jobs.

Committee Approves More Streetcar Money

Jun 25, 2013

Cincinnati city council is expected to officially approve an additional 17.4 million dollars for the streetcar project.

Hundreds of Cincinnati police officers and firefighters will keep their jobs for at least another year.

It appears Cincinnati voters will be asked to approve the city's controversial parking system lease in November.

The Cincinnati police union wants City Council to balance the budget without cutting officers.

Cincinnati Appeals Parking Plan Ruling

Mar 29, 2013

The city of Cincinnati has appealed a judge's ruling blocking implementation of its parking lease plan.

Cincinnati City Council yesterday approved a prevailing wage law.

Opponents of the City of Cincinnati's plan to lease its parking operations have begun collecting petition signatures to get a referendum on the November ballot.

A Hamilton County judge yesterday blocked the city of Cincinnati's plan to lease its parking operations.